Monthly Archives: March 2015

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Querying as a Debut Author

Originally posted on Carly Watters, Literary Agent:
I really enjoy talking about debuts. Many debut authors are nervous about their credentials (do I have enough? do they mean anything?), their contacts (who do I have to know? what if I don’t…

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More Than Best Friends – Anthology in aid of Guide Dogs For the Blind

KMGN: Guide Dogs For The Blind is a wonderful organization and these stories are wonderful on their own. Maybe you can get involved with something like this in your area, or can support an animal friendly/disability friendly organization.

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Heart-Wrenching Photo of Doctor Crying Goes Viral. Here’s Why – by Pamela Wible MD

Originally posted on Kindness Blog:
Outside of a Southern California hospital, an ER doctor is crouched down against a concrete wall grieving the loss of his 19-year-old patient. A paramedic snaps a photo of the tender scene. His coworker, a…

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Chainsaw Sculptures by Tommy Craggs

KMGN: This is simply too amazing! Simply had to share! What do you think of them?

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NASA On The Move

Check out @NASA’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/NASA/status/582262451170906114?s=09 The new shape has me wondering if people will call in  about seeing saucer-shaped UFOs around this time.      Because my hand is still in the “you can’t use it” stage, I am relying more … Continue reading

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Broken Hand

I am having hand issues.  I am still going to blog, but my friend Shane is going to help keep things moving.  I am to treat my right hand gently.  I am  to baby it for two weeks.  Ughhgh – … Continue reading

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Should I Use A Publisher? 10 Questions To Ask | Just Publishing

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
Given what happened to Leila Samarrai recently, she has now learnt the hard way that everything is not as it seems in the often murky periphery of the literary world. Happily Leila has…

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An Interesting Monday – Thoughts

Today has been a good, exhausting day.  The Husband took an impromptu day off because of business we needed attended to.  By the time the business was dealt with we decided to go to Richmond and see Poppy (my father-in-law). … Continue reading

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Man Sells Unconditional Love on Craigslist for $0

Originally posted on Kindness Blog:
Vancouver man, Brice Royer, who is battling cancer, is selling something amazing. In the second most expensive city in the world, what Royer is selling is his most prized possession and one of the hottest…

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24 Things No One Tells You About Book Publishing

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
To read this humourous, but informative article, click on the image or link below: buzzfeed.com/curtissittenfeld/

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